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  • breakingcontact

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    Yahoo. Now we just gotta make sure liberals don't follow Toyota down here...

    They are already here. Wherever i see a California sticker, So Cal pride shirt I want to hulk smash. Texas saved you from your failed socialist state. Its almost like being big on being from Italy, Ireland or Mexico or whatever...OK...thats where you left...because its better here.

    I know State Farm has been looking to make a big move up in Dallas but hasn't pulled the trigger yet.

    Id like to see more manufacturing here. It would be really prudent for Austin to diversify its economy. Rooms full of server racks can easily move it on down the road to the next tech boomtown.
     

    TexasR.N.

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    Yahoo. Now we just gotta make sure liberals don't follow Toyota down here...

    Mild sarcasm here, but how many socialist/progressives is Perry going to drag into Texas? I guess it is too much to hope that the SP's stay in the "paradise" they created out there when Toyota makes the move?
     

    mitchntx

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    Whoo-Hoo ... everybody come on in.
    The door is wide open.
    Everyone welcome.
     
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    Pilgrim

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    Mild sarcasm here, but how many socialist/progressives is Perry going to drag into Texas? I guess it is too much to hope that the SP's stay in the "paradise" they created out there when Toyota makes the move?

    That's one of the concerns. Of course some of them will follow wherever the money goes and the fact that a portion of Texas (ahem...Austin...cough) is already turning blue helps make the transition a little more appealing for them. I applaud Gov. Perry for his effort in bringing more and more jobs to Texas but there's a price we might be paying in the future...
     
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